Oddly, I just realized that URL's are case-sensitive. I mean, I accidentally typed in a website addy in caps and it did not work, but when I went to lowercase...I was taken to the correct site...can anyone explain?
Let's be clear and consistent for ALL OS's:
- The DOMAIN part of a URL is not, and cannot be case sensitive (for web URLs or e-mail addresses)
- The username part of an e-mail address (and by inference
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